The museum then explains that we find fossils because when God had the great flood upon which Noah built his ark (and yes there were dinosaurs on the ark) those that were not on the ark drowned and gave us this fossil layer.
Now lets go back a bit to the museums explanation of evolutionists and how they are wrong about dinosaurs. First, they argue that there were no scientists around when the dinosaurs died and so they did not witness it, so they cannot know when dinosaurs existed. Hmmmmmmm...yeah well if you are saying that dinosaurs existed alongside man in the Garden of Eden and even were on Noah's ark then wouldn't it stand that people would have been around and could have documented when dinosaurs became extinct. Secondly, they argue that evolutionary scientists are guessing at the age of the fossils as they do not have labels on them. Hmmmmm...so I am guessing then that the creationists wants the bones to come out of the ground with a little paper label tied or stuck onto the bones to tell them what year they were buried. Now I am just guessing here, but when an animal dies there is not really anyone to label their grave. For instance when a squirrel dies out in the wild, the other squirrels do not have a big funeral, buy a casket and then engrave on it the years of the life for the squirrel. I am sorry, but in nature that just does not happen, so no there are no labels.
So, I know what you are thinking no labels proves the creationists are right, without labels we cannot accurately tell when an animal has died. Nope sorry that is wrong, there is a way of knowing the age of a bone, it is called carbon dating. I am no scientists and so even after reading the entry on Wikipedia among a few other sites, I am not sure I totally understand carbon dating better than what I remember from high school and my freshman year of college, so anyone please correct me if I am explaining this wrong. As I understand it, carbon is given off by all living things and as the living thing decays the carbon changes from carbon-12 to carbon-14 at a predictable rate. So by measuring the amount of carbon-12 to carbon-14 we are able to have a good idea of when a fossil was buried. So, using this method we are able to determine that the dinosaurs lived over 65 million years ago, not the 6000 years or less ago the creationists suspect.
Finally, as this post has gotten kind of long, there is a question that says asks, could we see a dinosaur now? Their answer is that it is highly unlikely, but that some people suspect that there are dinosaurs hiding in remote places. I am guessing they are thinking of the Loch Ness monster or something like that. I have to end with a great song by Roy Zimmerman.